The central scene of Augustus’s breastplate, of the returning of the Roman standards, remains fairly disagreed upon. The figure to the right, in baggy trousers with beard and disheveled hair is certainly a Parthian, and most likely a particular Parthian: Phraates IV, king of Parthia with whom Augustus reached a treaty for the return of Roman prisoners and the standards. The figure on the left though, has been interpreted as various persons.
We wanted to get some more takes from experts in the field about just how realistic Project Glass, as we’ve seen it presented, really is. We intend to talk to others, but we started with Ogmento President and co founder Brian Selzer. We talked to him last year about how augmented reality + location = “the holy grail for marketers”.
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